The Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive intends to create a uniform regulatory framework for all EU-managed funds not currently regulated under UCITS. In this news series, PwC thoroughly analyses the proposals and outlines the likely major implications for the AIF industry, including Hedge Funds, Private Equity and Real Estate investment funds.
On 16th November, the European Securities and Markets Authority published its final advice to the European Commission on possible implementing measures (also known as the Level 2 measures) under the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive.
The objective of this Newsbrief is to re-visit some of these issues by updating our original commentary on the consultation papers in our last Newsbrief, and to generally remind readers of the "bigger picture" which has now been further informed by the "little details".
In our view, it is these details which have the potential to cause the most concern, and which therefore cannot be ignored by industry â€“ asset managers and service providers alike - when it comes to preparing their AIFMD solutions.
|Oct 2011||Continuing engagement remains crucial|
|Mar 2011||The lull before the storm|
|Jun 2010||Drawing the battle lines|
|Jun 2010||A Directive in flux - Gauzes says a solution and compromise can be achieved|
|Mar 2010||Time for a second reading?|
|Jan 2010||A Directive in flux - the confusion persists|
|Sep 2009||The draft AIFM Directive|